Newsletter 2016

October 17, 2016

Subject :

The Incredible Tales of the Blue Laser

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The Blue Technology in a Laser Profiler
This 2D laser displacement sensor was the first to adopt the 405 nm blue laser. It contributes to a stable measurement of almost all material and the sharp line ensures higher accuracy than usual. Find out the formula behind the blue laser today.
Reference to Keep Yourself Safe
If you need or have a safety light curtain, it is crucial to know it can do the best job as it involves the safety of yourself and your peers. There are a few things to note such as "dead zone", "wiring", or "resistant housing". Take this guide as a reference to select a good safety net.
Image Processing Introductory Seminar
This seminar will introduce you following topics:

·The image receiving element
·Lens types, light types and their selection methods
·Image enhancement filters usage
Fastest Measurement You Can Get
In this machine, multiple illumination functions were put together to maximize efficiency. Literally, you may just place your target on the stage and press a small button, your results will be out in seconds.
200 Million Cycles of Detection Durability
The KEYENCE's GT2 Series detection's capability is one you must see and experience. This is especially so if your detection environment is subjected to oil, dust or water.
Lasers for Resin or Plastic Marking
Take a look at the principles and methods of contrast marking, and also the effects of laser light absorption rate on different materials. Use this text to obtain specialized laser knowledge which can be a good future reference for you and your colleagues.
"Automatic" Code Reading
SR-1000 Series Autofocus 1D and 2D Code Readers provide the user with easy-to-use high performance

·Automatic optimization of reading settings
·Automatic elimination of glare
·Highly flexible installation distance

Take a look at the videos for installation examples in the automotive, electronic device, and food industries.
From Optical to Digital Microscope
Many have successfully converted from an optical microscope to a digital microscope. If you would like to know why and how, feel free to get this article that has consolidated the feedback from the real-life users.

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